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Death of Queen Elizabeth II | India will observe National Mourning Day on September 11

Sources say the government is contemplating whether to send an envoy ahead of schedule for the ceremony.

Sources say the government is contemplating whether to send an envoy ahead of schedule for the ceremony.

India declares Sunday, September 11 as National Day of Mourning Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom dies,

Announcing the day of mourning on Friday, the government said that President Draupadi Murmu, Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar and Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent condolence messages to Britain’s royal family and government.

“In her messages, she said that she was a stalwart of our times, a kind personality and provided inspiring leadership to her country and people,” a government statement said.

The British High Commission in Delhi opened a condolence book at the residence of High Commissioner Alex Ellis for those wishing to pay their respects. This book will be available on Saturdays and Mondays.

“He led an exemplary life of strength, duty, hard work and dignity. It is a sad day, but also a day to give thanks for a long life of service to others,” Mr. Ellis told reporters in both English Said while talking. and Hindi.

Preparations begin for funeral ceremonies as well as other celebrations in UK The Ascension of King Charles III Sources said that for the British throne, New Delhi is also considering sending its high commissioner-designate Vikram Doraiswamy ahead of schedule. Hindu,

Mr. Doraiswamy, who is currently India’s envoy to Bangladesh, and is in Delhi for the state visit of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, was due to travel to London in late September to present his credentials.

In a tweet, Mr Doraiswamy called it “a sad day indeed”, adding that Queen Elizabeth was “an icon for the Commonwealth”.

As per protocol, the national flag will remain at half-mast on Sunday and there will be no official entertainment on that day, the government said. Earlier this year, the government announced a similar mourning day Japanese ex-PM Shinzo Abe assassinated and the President of the United Arab Emirates and the Ruler of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan,

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